With an index of contents added in ink on front free endpaper
Contents: Browne, Miss. Zara's ear rings, the words from Lockhearts Spanish ballads, the music by the composer of The captive knight, [n.d.] -- Browne, Miss. (sister of Mrs. Henams, lyricist). The captive knight, [n.d.] -- Hodson, G. A. O! Give me but my Arab steed, [n.d.] -- Horn, Charles E. Meet me tonight, [n.d.] -- Hodson, G. A. Alice Gray, [n.d.] -- Braham, Mr. The anchor's weigh'd ... in the opera of The Americans, [n.d.] -- Braham, John. The death of Weber, [n.d.] -- Bishop, Henry R. Oh! No, we never mention her, [n.d.] -- Moscheles, I. The Swiss boy, a ballad, no. 1 of the Tyrolese melodies, containing Abel, J. L. Whilst the mist o'er the mountain, [n.d.] -- Hime, B. Wilt thou meet me there, love, [n.d.] -- Smith, S. T. Follow, follow over mountain, [n.d.] -- Bishop, Henry R. Tell me, my heart ... in the musical romance call'd Henri Quatre, [n.d.] -- Stevenson, John A. O leave me to my sorrow, [n.d.] -- Meyerbeer. The young cavalier, the highly popular romance from Il crociato in Egitto, [n.d.] -- Stevenson, John. Flow on, thou shining river, [n.d.] -- Carter, Thomas. O Nanny wilt thou gang with me, [n.d.] -- Mornington, Lord. Here in cool grot & mossy cell, [n.d.] -- Cooke, Doctor. Hark the lark at Heav'n's gate sings, [n.d.] -- Webbe, S. Glorious Apollo, [n.d.] -- Ye bank & braes o' bonny doon, [n.d.]
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With leather name plate of "Hester Boyd" on front cover